pinkcamo1000Head makes terrible park skis. They are not playful at all, really stiff and heavy. They haven't changed the construction since like 2006. Buy any other park ski if you can. I suggest Line honey badgers, very affordable ski and designed for up and comers in the park like you.
I can back this, had to get a pair last season because I was in a crunch for time and they were just a convenient buy. If I had to choose between them and something else such as a liberty transfer (light, durable, stiff) or a honey badger (light, playful, not durable) than I would choose something else. Those skis listed are both very narrow so they’ll be good for carving. The caddys arent 2x4s but they are veryyyyy stiff under foot, tips and tails aren’t as stiff and can be flexed so they’re ok for pop. I’ve found that in the one season of riding them, I have only gotten 1 or 2 edge cracks but that bc i don’t beat them on rails continuously. The bases however are another story, I found that after almost every day that I skied, there was a gash in the base, had to get them fixed atleast 3 times and I only got them fixed for acc core shots (not dents or chips), oh and did I mention I only skied them about 13-15 days total. Anyway Get what you think is right. Almost any ski will work for you, some just might require more adjusting in the way you ski/feel skiing and after awhile of use you’ll get used to any ski. For reference I’m 5’7” 125 and I skied the 171 2018 caddys with attack 13s.